Augmented Reality Familiarity Depends On Age

April 25, 2019

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Some areas of Internet of Things technologies play better in some demographics than others.Some of this is because, for one reason or another, different generations tend to focus on different things.One example of this is how familiar people are with augmented reality -- the technology that became somewhat popular, if not mainstream, during the Pokémon Go craze. However, by demographics, the picture is different. Of those born after 1999, a third (33%) are familiar with augmented reality and 24% of millennials, those born between 1982 and 1998, also are familiar.

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